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Have you ever wondered how it is possible to run your business, maintain your personal life, and make time to stay healthy? As a busy professional, maintaining your energy levels, managing your stress, having mental clarity, and being pain free are essential to running a successful business. Feel vibrant and healthy in your body, starting today. MORE >Dr. Yas will focus on 4 key areas of health (Sleep, Mood, Digestion, Hormones) and teach you simple action steps that you can implement immediately to enhance your health:
(1) How to optimize your sleep and increase your energy levels
(2) How to manage stress and anxiety by receiving the right nutrients your body needs
(3) What your gut health has to do with your overall health
(4) How your hormones play a role in weight gain and how you can balance them naturally
This interactive talk is offered in a workshop format where the participants learn specific strategies for presence, mindfulness and stress resilience so they can get out of resistance of that push-pull energy that keeps them stuck, distracted, procrastinating and uninspired and create the life that they desire. MORE >This program teaches how to create more confidence and courage to step into new opportunities for career, relationships and health in alignment with your authentic gifts and purpose so you can feel more energized, more focused and more fulfilled in your life.
- Tips on how stay on your edge to create a successful life without wiping yourself out
- Change how you think about stress and leverage it as an opportunity to learn and grow
- Learn how you can meet stress with confidence and courage to respond to challenges successfully
- Strategies to overturn your negative inner dialogue so you can turn up the volume to hear your wise intuitive voice
- Be more present, mindful and neutral so you can creatively respond to your stress and stay out of emotional reactivity and energy loss
- Be an Stress Responder and not a Stress Reactor
- The secret to prioritizing competing priorities in a 24-hour day
Can you believe that your gut health can potentially be the cause of: Brain fog, Poor memory, Fatigue, Anxiety, Depression, Stress, ADHD/ADD and other more serious neurological disorders. MORE >Your gut and your brain communicate all day long. When there is an imbalance in the digestive system or an imbalance in the nervous system, disturbances occur in both systems. Common conditions like anxiety or depression often times have their roots in an unhealthy digestive tract. Learn how to optimize your gut health so you can restore your brain function.
Dr. DenBoer educates the wider population on the largest healthcare problem facing Arizona (and the world!): Dementia. A national expert on early-stage dementia detection and awareness, Dr. DenBoer teaches people how to mitigate their dementia risk through research-based effective brain training. MORE >The prevalence of dementia is expected to grow four times what it is now in the next 10-15 years, the highest growth rate of any disease in the world. Through his own personal experience with the disease, he brings on stage with him a passion on the subject of Dementia which is infectious, and through his presentations on the subject matter he provides the audience with easy ways of combatting this epidemic.
Self defense expert Derrek Hofrichter will speak on how our attitude is key. Using Krav Maga and self defense demonstrations, he will show how to utilize your attitude to strengthen and empower your mind.
Attendees will learn what changes can be made in diet, exercise, and chemical exposure that will decrease their health risks. These changes work to prevent work time loss, and allow them to spend more quality time with their friends and family, by improving their sleep and increasing their energy.
Staying in shape is a challenge for most people. Starting a fitness routine or getting healthy after a long layoff is even harder. Why would anyone want to try and figure it out alone? You hire a lawyer for your legal needs and an accountant for your taxes. You would never ask your doctor how to perform surgery on yourself. That would be crazy. However, every single day people start and stop exercising with little or no guidance. MORE >The things you remember from when you were in high school are obsolete. Every magazine says something different, and late night TV only show programs for elite fitness enthusiasts. Learn tips, tricks and techniques to ensure you succeed with your fitness and fat loss goals this time.
What is stress? Where do I find it? Can I control it? How much control do I have? Is there anything “good” about stress? Why do some people find stress in an event and other people are not stressed by the same event? What can I learn about my mental health from studying stress? MORE >Can I walk away from this talk knowing several ways to stop or decrease the stresses I find in my life? These are some the questions that will be answered in the presentation. You can expect useful information, humor and numerous ways for you participate with your follow-up questions or comments.
Do you have questions about your doctor’s office? Are you confused about the billing and how it correlates to your insurance? Why there are long waits – even if you have an appointment? Do you know the difference between deductibles and co-pays or why different pharmacies charge different amounts for the same prescription? Brad Graber has the answers from an insider's perspective. And he'll be sure to run through his top 12 tips to remember the next time you need to go to the doctor, hospital, or just fill a prescription. MORE >Brad is a former healthcare administrator, with over thirty years of experience including managing physician practices. Born and raised in New York City, Brad holds a B.A. from S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo and an M.H.A. from Washington University in St. Louis. A former Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a Certified Medical Executive from the Medical Group Management Association, Brad no longer works in healthcare but continues to volunteer with non-profit organizations. He is the author of the award-winning novel, The Intersect, set in Phoenix, which explores hot-button issues of immigration, elder abuse, and teen homelessness. He also writes a weekly blog: There I Said it! His second novel, After the Fall, has just been released in May 2018. For more information about Brad Gaber, go to www.bradgraber.com.
Warm, engaging, and at times, very funny, Brad will be a welcome addition to your meeting.
You can avoid chronic illness! And you can’t always trust your doctor to tell you how. Our bodies are living systems that are actually designed to get and stay healthy – physically and mentally. Each of our bodies contain a feedback loop that allows us to discern when something is going wrong and guides us as to what to do about it – if we pay attention. MORE >Find out how to interpret your body’s signals and allow it to cure itself instead of covering up symptoms with medication. And, discover how old age is highly contagious and how you can avoid “catching” it from others and from the society at large.